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Drugs and Devices to Discuss with Your Doctor

               Michelle Y. Llamas                  Snior Content Writer, Drugwatch.com                  mllamas@drugwatch.com  Occasionally we are fortunate enough to have a guest. Michelle Llamas is a blogger from Drug Watch We all rely on drugs and medical devices to improve the quality of life for us and out loved ones. But sometimes drugs put device companies put unsafe products on the…

Third Stage Wake-Up Call: KIDNEY Health

Just as this blog, TrudyTriumph.com has evolved and progressed over the past few years, so have I. I started the blog to unload thoughts regarding the fear and anxiety I experienced as a urological patient with neurogenic bladder and bowel. As my body continues to morph, I count on you the reader to be in the wings; as I cheer for you, you can cheer for me (I hope). Life is never stagnant and as we exist, our form is always adapting and changing. It’s a law of physics! As my body changes, I need to constantly remind myself that my soul and attitude are primary to my contentment. Aging is an indication of our bodies wearing out. I just want to take the process a bit slow.

Limericks from an 18 Year Prostate Cancer Survivor Guest Author Jim Yount

WHEN I COULD NO LONGER PEE PAST MY TOES

MY DOC PUSHED A TUBE UP MY HOSE

I KNEW HIS INTENT

BUT I KNEW WHERE IT WENT

WHEN IT’S TIP CAME OUT MY NOSE

Do I have a treat for you. Finally guys it is your turn. Because of google analytics I know that most of my readership is men so perhaps you are reading this and you are incontinent because of prostate cancer. Please enjoy a guest blogger, Jim Yount.

Are you interested in being a guest blogger? How about joining our circle of friends?

Coping Strategies for Neurogenic bladder

Having coping strategies in place is more than important and necessary for a healthy productive life. Our goal is to go out and live our lives.

Often pain is involved, concerns for possible embarrassment if we have an accident, and a factor of feeling isolated because we have a great fear of others discovering that we have toileting issues. Often we have bladder infections that render us helpless until we get what we need. Our goal is to live life to the fullest. Here are some coping strategies that help me.

Good Treatment for Bladder Infections

I admit, YES I am prone to bladder infections. I am also a productive member of society and I do my best with the medical team I have by my side to get through the pain and move on.

Why I like my Doctors

When a person has a disability it means that it will not change. We need to have a positive attitude about our bodies and surround ourselves with positive doctors.

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